Stack and reach measurements for Ibis models?
The stack and reach measurements seem to be catching on in the mountain bike industry and Ibis has published these measurements for the new Ripley 29. How about the other current Ibis mountain bikes? Is it possible for Ibis to publish these figures for Mojo C/SL/SL-R/HD and Tranny also?
I know that there are some calculators for estimating these measurements but some official figures would be interesting.
Here are the announced measurements for Ripley 29:
With 120mm fork (520.8mm axle to crown):
Small: Stack = 599 mm (23.6"), Reach = 379 mm (14.9")
Medium: Stack = 615 mm (24.2"), Reach = 397 mm (15.6")
Large: Stack = 620 mm (24.4"), Reach = 413 mm (16.3")
Extra Large: Stack 627 mm (24.7"), Reach = 432 mm (17.0")
With 140mm fork (552.8mm axle to crown)
Small: Stack = 610 mm (24.0"), Reach = 363 mm (14.3")
Medium: Stack = 626 mm (24.6"), Reach = 381 mm (15.0")
Large: Stack = 631 mm (24.8"), Reach = 396 mm (15.6")
Extra Large: Stack 638 mm (25.1"), Reach = 415 mm (16.3")
Source Ripley 29 | Bikes | Ibis Cycles US
Yes please Hans. Give us the sl/slr/hd reach and stack officialy.
It's the axle
Phew. I have no idea where my brain was when I posted.
I was looking for the axle to crown. I just missed it because they didn't have it on the drawing. It was in WORD form.
Well, thanks for the thread. At least I finally found what I was looking for.
Last edited by Gregg K; 04-07-2013 at 11:32 AM.
Note to self: 85% of FTP for 20 min.
This is what I calculated for another thread:
Just for comparison...these may be off a little:
Both bikes Medium
Reach = 15.6
Stack = 24.2
Mojo HD 160:
Reach = 15.24
Stack = 23.17
Both bikes Large
Reach = 16.3
Stack = 24.4
Mojo HD 160:
Reach = 15.9
Stack = 23.35
Looks like there is more stack but the reach is fairly close between the 2 bikes.
HD size xl ? Please thk !
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